Citizens of Humanity C-OF-H Spring/Summer 2015 Lookbook

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Following on the successful launch of their C-OF-H line Citizens of Humanity gives a sneak preview of what can be expected in their men’s Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Under the creative direction of Simon Miller the Citizen’s of Humanity men’s line is headed in a great new direction and we look forward to seeing how it will continue to develop.

The inspiration for the C-OF-H line continues to be California by way of Japan slim fitting fits such as the Holden and the Bowery are at the forefront of the collection. There are some great looking distressed jeans in light blues, grey’s and whites that keep in line with the warmer months. Denim jackets also form part of this line they have been updated with new fits such as the Century and the Pioneer. Some of the non-denim pieces include the chinos that are available in a wide variety of  colors. There is also a new denim fit being introduced called the Byron which will be the brands most narrow fit to date.

The Citizens of Humanity C-OF-H line will also grow to include a Premium Vintage capsule collection. It places an emphasis on authentic washes and the use of premium denim fabrics.  The Premium Vintage capsule collection draws its inspiration from unique vintage denim. These garments have an authenticity and character not seen in previous collections and are made to showcase the craftsmanship behind the label. They are all hand-sewn and finished with washes in true blue shades and the distressing and mending are replicas of vintage garments.

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